What is Palliative Care?

Palliative Care involves giving specialized care to patients with cancer who are at risk of dying. Patients are given curative medicine to decrease pain, decrease inflammation and improve the overall survival of the patient. Patients may also have to use hospice services in some instances. The go...

Interventional Radiology and Palliative Care

There are three distinct theories on what is meant by palliative care. Unfortunately, it has been difficult to adequately define these concepts in the clinical realm because they all involve treating symptoms, rather than finding a cure. Here is one common definition of palliative care that might...

An Overview of Radiological Procedures

Radiotherapy is one of the modern radiological procedures used to cure diseases and injuries. It uses high voltage light rays or x-rays to kill cancer cells, shrink tumors and stop the growth of new ones. This procedure involves the use of radiotherapy machines for treating various kinds of disea...
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Radiological Procedures

With the advances in technology in modern radiological procedures, there are various methods to conduct a paperless meeting. These methods include meeting software, mobile meeting software and web-based meeting software.   Palliative care involves providing patients with palliative care for patie...

Carol Kessler Modern clinic

Radiological procedures include MRI, CT, digital radiography, mammography, and antitumor therapy. It is the early diagnosis and the right therapy that helps to complete the treatment more successfully and faster. For many years, the Kessler Medical Center has made sure that patients receive the m...